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RISA-TRAINING OF TRAINER (RISA-TOT) - ONLINE

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What is RISA-TOT? 

As the part of school-based activity to empower a team of teachers and students and community volunteers for active participation in the fight against substance abuse/addiction in the campus as well as in the community, RISA wing of Subair Kunju Foundation initiated a TRAINING OF TRAINER (TOT) program in the year 2015. The TOT achieved a new momentum after the release of our Training module by the then Ambassador to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Mr. Javed Ahmed on 21 February 2017. Since then, we conducted a number of TOT sessions in international Indian schools in middle east as well as in some selected schools in Kerala, India.

Due to the ongoing COVID 19 pandemic, we switched  to a modified 4 step TOT program in an ONLINE PLATFORM for the first time on 19/12/2020.

 

Hundreds of of candidates including community volunteers, students and teachers from various international Schools from Middle-East and schools from India participated in the TOT Webinar.The program was inaugurated by the ambassador of India to Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Dr. Ausaf Sayeed. since then RISA has been conducting online TOT sessions at intervels.

Participants

10K

Topics

5

Sessions

5+

Speakers

5

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Program Inaugurated on 19th December 2020 by

Dr. Ausaf Sayeed

The Honorable Ambassador of India to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Previous Evaluation tests  
(1). 26 DEC 2020        (2). 02FEB 22          (3). 03OCT2022
(4) 12 Nov 22

NEW BATCH TOT REGISTRATION: NOW OPEN
(FOR students, teachers, and Community  Volunteers)
              step one: 
 to be announced soon  
evaluation exam: to be announced soon  

The Conference

 Subair Kunju Foundation and RISA

Subair Kunju foundation is a Trivandrum-based (Kerala, India) registered Public Charitable Trust formed in memory of the late M. Subair Kunju (1931-2000). The trust is formed by his family members on the day of his first death anniversary, 17th June 2001. Since its formation, the foundation has been conducting various community care services like free medical camps, health-related awareness classes, publishing and distributing books and leaflets on various diseases, and helping the students from the poorest people of his village. It has been functioning as a Non-communal Trust, as a secular organization, and is committed to working for patriotism, communal harmony, and national integrity. The Foundation has been registered as a Public Family Trust since August 2019 and is governed by a board of trustees. Foundation got membership in UNODC’s common platform of NGOs (NGO Market place) in September 2020 and also got enrollment in the UN Civil Society NGO database in November 2019. 

 

The Riyadh Initiative against Substance Abuse (RISA) campaign, one of our current leading activities, started in the city of Riyadh, KSA in the year 2012. The RISA activity got official recognition from the National Committee for Narcotics Control, KSA in March 2013. To begin with a dedicated 17-member team in Riyadh, RISA could extend the volunteer team to various provinces in the Kingdom and other Middle-East countries as well as in India. As of December 2021, we have the credit of conducting 95 awareness programs in various settings.

FOR MORE DETAILS PLEASE VISIT OUR PARENT WEBSITE: www.skfoundation.online

 
 
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 The Scheme of Online RISA-TOT (FOR SCHOOLS/COLLEGES)

Step 1: TOT REGISTRATION & WEBINAR ATTENDANCE
In step one, candidates register through www.risatots.online and obtain the date and link to access the initial webinar. In the webinar, there will be presentations on 5 selected topics based on substance abuse and its prevention by a panel of medical/academic experts from RISA. Each session will be of 15-20 minutes.
Students and teachers from International Indian schools in the Middle East and other countries and EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS from India can enroll. A minimum of 50 students (one cluster), each from Grades 8 to 12 and at least 30% of teachers from each institution can enroll. College students (including professional colleges) are also welcome to join the program. 
For the smooth and successful conduct of the activity, schools who wish to participate are requested to assign one person as a liaison to RISA with whom we can communicate and coordinate with.
 
Step 2: TO STUDY IMPORTANT ASPECTS OF HAZARDS OF DRUG USE/ADDICTION WITH THE HELP OF RISA TRAINING MODULE.
All those who successfully completes the first step of TOT will be provided with a soft copy of the RISA training module that is electronically sent for self-study. The candidates must complete the survey to get access to the training module from the RISA TOT website. A hard copy of the module will be provided whenever feasible.
 
Step 3: ONLINE EVALUATION TEST
An online evaluation based on the lectures and training module will be conducted on the website through a multiple-choice questionnaire at a later date. The date and time of the exam will also be announced on the website and all registered candidates will be informed via their registered e-mail as well. All those who score above 60% will be given an online Training of Trainer certificate that can download from the website upon completion of the evaluation process.
 
Step 4: RISA CLUB IN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS (optional)
Representatives from the trained team can form a RISA CLUB within their schools to continue the fight against substance abuse with technical support from ‘Team RISA’. The club can function in coordination with the school’s own health club. 
A seven-membered RISA club committee may be constituted in schools with 2 representatives each from trained teachers and students, one teacher as the team coordinator, one representative from the school management committee, and the head of the institution as a patron.
Team RISA will continue to give technical support and arrange periodic refreshment training programs in schools.
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 The Scheme of Online RISA-TOT (FOR COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS)

 
  Step 1: TOT REGISTRATION & WEBINAR ATTENDANCE

     In step one, candidates may register through www.risatots.online and get the date and link to access the initial webinar. 

In the webinar, there will be presentations on 5 selected topics on substance abuse and its prevention by a panel of medical/academic experts from RISA. The duration of Each session will be 15-20 minutes.

 - Community volunteers who are currently working against substance abuse or are interested to work against this social evil can enroll.

 Step 2: 

All those who successfully complete the step-1 TOT will be provided with the RISA training module (soft copy through electronic transfer) for self-study. The candidates must complete the survey to get access to the training module from this website. A hard copy of the module will be provided wherever feasible.

 

 Step 3: 

An online evaluation based on the lectures and module study will be conducted with a multiple-choice questionnaire through this website at a later date. The test will be in English.

 

The date and time of the exam will be announced on the website and all registered candidates will be informed via their registered e-mail. 

 

All those who get a score above 60% will be given an online TOT certificate that can download from the website upon completion of the evaluation process.

  

 Step 4: (optional)

RISA COMMUNITY CLUB 

Representatives from the trained team can form a RISA COMMUNITY CLUB to continue the fight against substance abuse with technical support from Team RISA. The club can function in coordination with ALL RISA ACTIVITIES FROM TIME TO TIME.  

Team RISA will continue to give technical support and arrange periodic refreshment training programs at each local body unit level. 

Speakers

Speakers

The trainer training program (TOT) is started in the city of Riyadh in Dec 2015.
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